September 29, 2017

After a strong showing by Cambodia’s opposition party in June’s local elections, the long-serving Prime Minister has severely cracked down on dissent in a lead up to the 2018 national elections when his seat will once again be vulnerable. MJIA’s Online Editor who just...

November 4, 2015

Around 100 years ago, the first cargo ship made its way from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean by traveling through the newly completed Panama Canal. Pulitzer-prize winning author David McCullough claims that the 52-mile canal is “one of the supreme human achievem...

November 4, 2015

The recent visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to the United Kingdom was greeted by familiar pomp and circumstance.  A visit with the royal family, a trip to the Imperial College London, and several, well-documented strolls with British Prime Minister David Cameron w...

November 4, 2015

Despite the recent downfall of the Chinese economy, China is still holding firm in its scientific progress. Take for example FAST (Five-hundred meter, Aperture, Spherical, Telescope), a massive engineering and scientific project taken on by China’s military-led space p...

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